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I have been served a family law subpoena - what should I do?
The article discusses points to be considered and potentially advised about when complying with a family law subpoena.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Costs in the context of matters with a long history: Chief Executive, DERM v Australis Mining Operations Qld Pty Ltd & Anor
Each party bears its own costs, unless the Court exercises the discretion conferred by section 457(2) to order costs.
Australia
2 Sep 2016
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Costs further evidence that the rules do not require change
The Court will not ordinarily make orders for costs unless a party has acted unreasonably or for an improper purpose.
Australia
15 Jul 2016
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Late claim allowed for medical negligence: When is expert opinion a material fact of a decisive character?
The Court allowed an extension of the statutory limitation period for a belated claim of damages from medical negligence.
Australia
7 Jul 2016
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Families in abeyance for up to three years as Family Court lists spill out
A three year wait for a decision is hardly practical or desirable, so litigants should be aware of alternative avenues.
Australia
15 Mar 2016
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WA developments in conflict of laws: Sakari Resources Ltd v Purvis
This case is a reminder of competing legal factors for multi-jurisdictional companies when commencing court proceedings.
Australia
7 Mar 2016
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Welcome decision for employers as worker's late claim for damages is rejected - 27 January 2016
The Court dismissed the application for an extension of the limitation period in respect of a belated claim for damages.
Australia
28 Jan 2016
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Applicant/insurer not entitled to have claimant examined by a different doctor
Without further evidence, the Judge held the request to be unreasonable and repetitious and dismissed the application.
Australia
5 Aug 2015
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Planning and Environment Court awards costs against a commercial competitor
The broad costs discretion enables the Planning and Environment Court to make robust and practical decisions about costs.
Australia
1 Sep 2014
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Potential pitfalls of serving documents electronically
The case outlined how parties could ensure that documents served by electronic means would be held as served.
Australia
13 Apr 2014
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Costs in the Queensland Planning and Environment Court Recent decisions made under the new cost powers
Parties who litigate in the Court need to be aware that the general rule is no longer that parties bear their own costs.
Australia
17 Sep 2013
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The new costs of litigating in the Qld Planning & Environment Court
The new costs rules will cause litigants to evaluate the strength of their case and to participate in the ADR process.
Australia
25 Nov 2012
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Planning Litigation: Overview, Trends And Recent Decisions
We have been asked to address the subject of planning litigation and to talk about the changes and trends in the procedures for planning appeals and Court decisions over the past 12 months.
Australia
31 Oct 2006
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